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Crossover: France seeks solutions to Syria issue

08-15-2012 19:55 BJT Special Report:Crisis in Syria |

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Now let’s turn to French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius’s visit Jordan. He is visiting Syria’s neighbors Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. Analysts say the trip is meant to show that France is working hard on finding a solution to the crisis in Syria. For the latest, let’s speak with our correspondent Kate Parkinson, who is now Mafraq of north Jordon.

Q1: What’s the latest? Can you tell us what Laurent Fabius is doing now?

Q2: What’s the purpose of Laurent Fabius’s visit? Can you tell us more?



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